Join the Snohomish Bicycle Committee for either a 10-mile bike ride along the Centennial Trail from the Snohomish Senior Center to Dubuque Rd and back or a 20�mike bike ride along the Centennial Trail from Snohomish Senior Center to the Lake Cassidy trailhead and back. This is a family friendly fun ride.
Participants must obey all rules of the trail which include but are not limited to:* Ride no more than two abreast* Stop at all stop signs* Speed limit 15 mph* Ride right, pass on left* Wear approved helmets* Audible signal when approaching and passingFollowing the ride those aged 21 and over should plan to attend the SnohoBrewFest that will open at 11am for registered riders holding BrewFest tickets. BrewFest Tickets sold at www.snohobrewfest.comAll funds raised from SnohoBrewFest Bicycle Cruise will directly support the City of Snohomish�s efforts as a Bicycle Friendly Community. The breakdown:Registration: 8:30- 9:00 a.m. for 20 mile riders and 9:00-9:30am for 10 mile riders. Please arrive early enough to complete registration before your ride begins.Start Location: Snohomish Senior Center, 506 Fourth Street, Snohomish, WA 98290. No parking at the Center so please park along the Centennial Trail on Maple Ave. and ride to the start. The Route: Travel North on Centennial Trail starting at the Snohomish Senior Center for either 5 or 10 miles and then return on the trail to the Center.Rules/Requirements: All ages of participants welcomed. All bicycle riders will be required to wear helmets, please bring all proper safety gear, including a helmet.Registration is only $25, for the RIDE ONLY or $50 for the ride and entrance to the Snohomish BrewFest. All riders will receive an official SnohoBrewFest T-shirt. The ticket for the BrewFest includes 5 tasting tokens and the �Original� Snohomish Sausage meal.Participants must obey all rules of the trail which include but are not limited to:* Ride no more than two abreast * Stop at all stop signs* Speed limit 15 mph * Ride right, pass on left* Wear approved helmets * Audible signal when approaching and passing